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Posted March 27, 2010
Watered down, lukewarm version of a wonderful Spurgeon devotional
This is a watered down, lukewarm, 21st century version of the 1993 paperback edition...about 1/2 of each devotion is missing making it seem as if it was written by anyone today having a "religion" rather than Mr. Spurgeon writing in his style which explicitly uses quite a bit of language from the Bible to establish and convey the Bible's truth. I was giving this as gifts to members in our church and friends, a lot of whom have a copy of the original version. However, after one person let me know this was NOT the same Faith's Checkbook originally printed in 1993 I compared copies. I am very, very disappointed to put it mildly. I could have picked up some generic devotional from the grocery store and saved about 1/2 of what I paid for these if I had wanted something so bland. These will be returned as quickly as possible. May the Spirit of the Lord (of Abraham, Issac & Jacob) guide you in selecting an alternate to reveal more of the Lord to you.
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Posted March 24, 2011
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